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News: Simon’s sculpture at Somerset House, Embankment, London

Simon’s stoneware relief, framed in oak ‘The Age of Enlightenment’ is currently hanging at the Embankment Gallery, Somerset House. It is one of 120 artworks chosen from nearly 4000 entries to the National Open Art Competition 2014. The exhibition, opened by Sir Anthony Gormley runs from 18 September to 25 October 2014.

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Simon will also have work hung at the Mall Gallery, London in October and November 2014.  He has two sculptures in the exhibition of the Royal Society of Marine Artists annual exhibition which runs from 15 – 26 October 2014.

Between 30 October and 9 November his composition ‘Murmuration of Starlings’ will be hung at the annual exhibition of the Society of Wildlife Artists at the Mall Gallery.

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In 2012 his stoneware relief ‘Ludlow Races’ was hung at the Summer Exhibition of the Royal Academy of Arts in Piccadilly, London.

Simon lives and works in rural Shropshire, from a studio overlooking Wenlock Edge.  His work often explores the relationships between people in groups or crowds. He also depicts the dynamics of animals in groups; flocks of sheep, packs of hounds and shoals of fish.